Eric Goldemberg exhibits 3D Printed Piezoelecric at Design Matters in LA


On Saturday, November 7th at Design Matters in Los Angeles, Associate Professor Eric Goldemberg and MONAD Studio partner Veronica Zalcberg exhibited their 3D-printed, 2-stringed piezoelectric, which MONAD Studio designed with musician-luthier Scott F. Hall.

MONAD Studio and Hall displayed their piece in the exhibition Xenotypes. According to Design Matters, “Xenotypes are manifestations of embracing the unexpected – possibilities that deny the limited imaginary we have become anesthetized to. They argue for the harnessing of an aesthetic of fear towards a yet-to-be determined end; intensifying new thresholds and unleashing the potential of a xenogene and its ability to mutate, fight and survive.” The exhibition Xenotypes was curated by Juan Azulay and Carlo Aiello for Design Matters and organized by eVolo Magazine and Makeform Media. (Source)

Among those exhibiting work in Xenotypes were the following global designers and artists:

Francisco Alarcon Ruiz
Jose Sanchez, Alisa Andrasek
Ball-Nogues Studio
Baumgartner + Uriu
Marjan Colletti
Xarene Eskandar
Felice Grodin
Perry Hall
SDA | Synthesis Design + Architecture
MONAD Studio

Xenotypes will run until Saturday, December 5th, 2015 at Design Matters: 11527 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064. For more information about the gallery, please visit


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